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1 1 Selected Results from UNCG’s Sophomore and Senior Surveys Spring 2000 Office of Institutional Research UNCG Planning Council August 24, 2000 The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2 2 Institutional Effectiveness at UNCG -- Operational definition determined by institution -- Progress Toward Areas of Focus in Strategic Plan Use of Survey Results Use of Departmental Profiles Use of Assessments of Outcomes in Academic and Non-Academic Areas (Needs Special Attention) Comprehensive SACS Self-Study for Reaffirmation of Accreditation

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4 4 Sophomore Survey Response Rates: 1997 Sophomore Survey / 371 = 74.9% 1998 Sophomore Survey / 455 = 74.5% 2000 Sophomore Survey / 800 = 64.5%

5 5 Sophomore Survey Response Rates for UNCG and Comparative Institutions Note: The comparative institution response rate averages were 67.2% in 1998 and 78.8% in 2000.

6 6 Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education: Faculty Contributions A1 - Set high expectations for you to learn A2 - Respect the diverse talents and ways of learning of you and your classmates A3 - Encourage you to be an actively involved learner A4 - Encourage student-faculty interaction in and outside of the classroom A5 - Give you frequent and prompt feedback A6 - Encourage you to devote sufficient time and energy to your coursework A7 - Develop opportunities for you to learn cooperatively with fellow students A8 - Care about your academic success and welfare A9 - In general, how would you evaluate your instructors on these eight measures? Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”.

7 7 Overall Ratings of The Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”. 94%93% 90%85% 84% 81% 80% 76% ‘00 Soph.

8 8 Academic Support Services B1 - Orientation for New Students B2 - Academic Advising B3 - Academic Skill Labs or Tutoring B4 - Library B5 - Technology Services B6 - Career-Related Services B7 - Timely availability of textbooks, computer supplies, and other course materials provided by campus bookstore Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”.

9 9 Offices Serving Students Rating of Service D1 - Registration Process D2 - Financial Aid Services D3 - Campus Food Services D4 - Campus Health Services D5 - Campus Counseling Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”. D6 - Business Services/Cashier/Student Accounts D7 - Residence Life Programs D8 - Opportunities for Extra-Curricular Activities D9 - Opportunities for Community Service Projects D10 - Opportunities to develop leadership skills

10 10 Offices Serving Students Rating of Staff Responsiveness D1 - Registration Process D2 - Financial Aid Services D3 - Campus Food Services D4 - Campus Health Services Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”. D5 - Campus Counseling D6 - Business Services/Cashier/Student Accounts D7 - Residence Life Programs

11 11 Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”. 87% 91%90% 94% 89%90%

12 12 Percent of Sophomores who would Choose to Attend UNCG Again

13 13 Percent of Sophomores who would Attend the Same Institution Again Note: Percentages are based on those responding “yes”. “Not sure” and “no” responses are being verified with individual campuses by UNC General Administration.

14 14 UNCG Local Option Items Sophomore Survey

15 15 Percent of Sophomores who would Recommend UNCG to a Friend Considering College

16 16 UNCG Sophomore Outcomes Note: Percent indicating gains or progress as “very much” or “quite a bit”.

17 17 Student-Centeredness at UNCG Note: Percent responding “very much” or “quite a bit”.

18 18 Areas of Interest

19 19 Graduating Senior Survey Response Rates: 1995 Graduating Senior Survey / 936 = 48.4% 1996 Graduating Senior Survey / 1042 = 44.8% 1997 Graduating Senior Survey / 1028 = 46.7% 1998 Graduating Senior Survey / 942 = 72.5% 2000 Graduating Senior Survey / 1051 = 71.3%

20 20 Graduating Senior Survey Response Rates for UNCG and Comparative Institutions Note: The comparative institution response rate averages were 69.8% in 1998 and 72.0% in 2000.

21 21 Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education: Faculty Contributions A1 - Set high expectations for you to learn A2 - Respect the diverse talents and ways of learning of you and your classmates A3 - Encourage you to be an actively involved learner A4 - Encourage student-faculty interaction in and outside of the classroom A5 - Give you frequent and prompt feedback A6 - Encourage you to devote sufficient time and energy to your coursework A7 - Develop opportunities for you to learn cooperatively with fellow students A8 - Care about your academic success and welfare A9 - In general, how would you evaluate your instructors on these eight measures? Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”.

22 22 Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education: Faculty Contributions A1 - Set high expectations for you to learn A2 - Respect the diverse talents and ways of learning of you and your classmates A3 - Encourage you to be an actively involved learner A4 - Encourage student-faculty interaction in and outside of the classroom A5 - Give you frequent and prompt feedback A6 - Encourage you to devote sufficient time and energy to your coursework A7 - Develop opportunities for you to learn cooperatively with fellow students A8 - Care about your academic success and welfare A9 - In general, how would you evaluate your instructors on these eight measures? Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”.

23 23 Overall Ratings of The Seven Principles for Good Practice in Undergraduate Education Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”. 96% 93%92%91% 90% 88% ‘00 Sen.

24 24 Academic Support Services B1 - Academic Advising in your Major B2 - Library Services B3 - Technology B4 - Career-Related Services B5 - Employment Search Assistance Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”.

25 25 Library Services Note: Percent responding “very much” or “quite a bit”.

26 26 Technology Note: Percent responding “very much” or “quite a bit”.

27 27 Knowledge, Skills, and Personal Growth Note: Percent indicating their college education contributed “very much” or “somewhat”.

28 28 Offices Serving Students Rating of Service D1 - Registration Process D2 - Financial Aid Services D3 - Campus Food Services D4 - Campus Health Services D5 - Campus Counseling Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”. D6 - Business Services/Cashier/Student Accounts D7 - Residence Life Programs D8 - Opportunities for Extra-Curricular Activities D9 - Opportunities for Community Service Projects D10 - Opportunities to develop leadership skills

29 29 Offices Serving Students Rating of Staff Responsiveness D1 - Registration Process D2 - Financial Aid Services D3 - Campus Food Services D4 - Campus Health Services Note: Percentages are based on those responding “excellent” or “good”. D5 - Campus Counseling D6 - Business Services/Cashier/Student Accounts D7 - Residence Life Programs

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32 32 Percent of Seniors who would Choose to Attend UNCG Again Seniors

33 33 Percent of Seniors who would Attend the Same Institution Again

34 34 Graduating Seniors Plans for Next Year

35 35 UNCG Local Option Items Graduating Senior Survey

36 36 Percent of Seniors who would Recommend UNCG to a Friend Considering College

37 37 Student-Centeredness At UNCG Note: Percent responding “very much” or “quite a bit”.

38 38 UNCG Graduating Senior Outcomes Note: Percent indicating “very much” or “quite a bit”.

39 39 Areas of Interest

40 40 Primary Reason to Attend Graduate School

41 41 Most Important Factor Influencing Decision to Attend Graduate School


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